Lunalight finds its place in Duel Links as an aggressive OTK-centric deck. The deck revolves around its monsters gaining effects when sent to the graveyard by card effect to gain card advantage, build board presence, recur resources and much more. Additionally, Lunalight monsters have secondary effects in order to facilitate fusion summons. The primary win condition is to turbo into Lunalight Sabre Dancer, an untargetable huge beatstick or Lunalight Cat Dancer a monster immune to battle destruction that can clear monsters similar to Invoked Purgatrio. Lunalight decks may be supplemented with additional engines such as Neos or Lightsworn in order to trigger Lunalight card effects in the graveyard to either extend plays or create follow-up fusion summons for the next turn. These effects together make Lunalight a powerful fusion deck that can abuse its engine to consistently OTK in Duel Links.
Because this deck has been out of the meta for a while, we do not have enough statistics on the deck to generate an up-to-date breakdown. See below for the most recent available decklists.
- Lunalight cards only gain their graveyard effects when sent there by card effect NOT COST. Lunalight Cat Dancer’s tribute effect, Keeper of Dragon Magic, Snipe Hunter, and similar cards do not trigger these effects. Examples that do include Neos Fusion, Dark World Dealings, and Raiden, Hand of the Lightsworn.
- When the opponent’s board includes a monster special summoned from the extra deck, Remember Lunalight Fusion is able to use the Extra Deck or Main Deck for one fusion material. Use this as a chance to send an advantageous material like Lunalight Crimson Fox to make a monster 0 attack or gain targeting protection for Lunalight Cat Dancer.